20 Fenchurch Street


  • Themographic surveys: using the same technology as fire and rescue search teams, the thermal conductivity of the entire facade was checked and found to conform with exacting heat loss performance standards.
  • UK’s largest green wall: providing a much-needed plant and insect ecosystem, an important habitat for nesting birds, and valuable green infrastructure.
  • Low zero carbon (LTC) technologies: roof mounted solar PV (photo voltaic) panels are predicted to generate 27,300kWh of electricity per year.
  • Certified Sustainable Sourced concrete and structural steelwork: all certified as Sustainably Sourced in accordance with the BRE Global Standard BES 6001 Responsible Sourcing of Construction Products.
  • FSC certified timber: one of only 80 projects globally and 44 in the UK that have achieved this certification which recognises the incorporation of wood products from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social and economic benefits. 20 Fenchurch Street was a FSC Full Project for the shell, core and full fit-out of the Sky Garden and restaurants, common areas, the pocket park, annex building and levels 14, 15, 16, 17, 35, 36, 37.
  • Recycling construction waste: 96.4 percent of all construction waste was diverted from landfill and either reused, recycled or recovered through a variety of onsite and offsite resource management processes. For example, all excavated material was reclassified under the CLARE Code of Practice and was sent for use as fill material in an offsite land reclamation project. Unwanted timber pallets and packaging was re-used by an exporter of military memorabilia.
  • Noise and air quality monitoring: real time noise and dust monitoring stations were established during the construction process which were used to help the site team monitor and maintain noise and air quality within acceptable thresholds. The data was used to help inform a pioneering report on construction air quality within the City of London, in conjunction with City of London and Southbank University.

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